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if XY4N'l'llL'l'. B. Lzlylliam.
Bfilhim Roux' S, Bznsllelim-r, H, Neliemller, 'l'. l'Ingelln'et'lut, pn,-siila-lit, J, Menlleu, N. gf'l1l'0t,'LilQl', IT. Nicol.
4111011111 Hofzor Soczezy
The National Honor Society is the chief
llnllul' society at Concordia Lutheran High School.
Being an honor orgxmization, the society restricts
its membership to those stutlents who fulfill its
rerluireinents, basecl on scholastic achievement,
Christian character, leficlership, :incl service to
Last year the society recciverl its new mem-
bers by t'w'H'i1ig them with '1 maroon ancl white
. 'nm . C
ribbon on flag Day. lhls year this methocl or
receiving new members was repeated, but greater
prominence was given to the day. Since the
tagging was carried on throughout the day, the
sturlents eagerly watched as the new names were
pastel on the window of the conference room.
Under the clirection of Mrs. Louise Haller,
several meetings were held, and a banquet was
given. The goal of this society is to promote il
greater enthusiasm for Christian character an-'l
Anna- l7li'lillll'j'L'l', Lorzu Hellsing
TAG DAY is the Clay on which the N11-
tionnl Honor Society tags their new mem-
bers and oflicially receives them into the
society. This year ten juniors and ten
Seniors were tagged, making a total mem-
bership of thirty-one, twelve juniors au-,l
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xvuld, B, llm-llering. H, lin-ister. J. Knill,
Sinful: Bl. Hey. P. Hulteim-ier. R. Nicul, N. lilllll, J l.:lpp. L. llvilenlu-cli.
Along with the ncyv lwuilding czune a ne-Y ing the relatirinship lietueen the teachers and stu-
type of Student Council, one that had the authnri- flQ'l'1IS, and inanv titlit-rc, The Lhuncil spniisurefl
tv. the representation, and the facilities lu xvield the Scarecrmv Scrainlwlc, the Deutsch Dinner, a
more inliuence over C.l..ll.S. students than any Talent Slimv, the purchase tif the sclimil tlag
of its predecessors. lflass 'l'wurn:uneuts, and a Spring Carnival. .XII
Fm- the gint time, ilu- gyf-HQQY5 ..f my Cmlmsii. 1-f these were extremely successful, lwtli frmn a
after campaigning, were elected tu their pusitimis S-M111 fmfll llllflllflill Slf'lf'l'l"'ml- I '
by the Student l,,,-,dy Fm tht. tint mm., tht. Imici, V- ln this first year in the new liiultling, tht
dent had all ffwur class presidents tu assist hini, Lullllfll FTVHW illlfl' U' 11 NVUUI 'll'!fW- ellffwflffl
.-Xtncuig its regular duties were serving as
- - ': -' ' "LHS 'z l ' 1 .lI'Il"'I' ever
the student governing luidy, spimswring all as- lllww Ht L "" L Nl 'mm 1 J " M '
semhlies and niost uf the swcial activities. lvetter'
Dorm Cozzfzcfl Q f
Last year we experimented: this csc.-
vear we put the knmvledge gained
from these experiments infn action.
P ' I
ln this the second year uf self- fy i H
government hy the high sclifwl 1, . '
classes in the flurinitory, the lhirin f
Cuuncil encleavnred In make itself
an even sznwutlier, hetter functiun-
ing nrganizatimn. Besides handling .
all disciplinary cases and swcial ' A
functions in the lilurin, there was
aflded this year the respunsiliility
nf ai'ling llr. lluls in keeping the
romiis and campus clean and of
taking check nf church and chapel
attendance- Slmzrlrnfn fl. Knill, ll. Rauliut. l-l. I7il'l'llt'l', X, lf.-al--kt-r li. ll'-wks, ll. linin-
lverg, S. l,t-lnnan.
Sfdffvl: A. Iillgellnreclit, J. lleilnen. l!l'+'Sl4ll'llT, .l, Wiese.
in laying a firm tliiiiidritinii tin which the future
increasing spirit uf ljllflwllilll fellmvship and eilu-
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